Just in, minutes ago ...
reuters.com -- Aug 12, 2012
(Reuters) - Mitt Romney released two years of his own tax returns to the public but that didn't appear to be enough when he vetted running-mate Paul Ryan and other vice presidential candidates.
The campaign team for Romney, the Republican presidential candidate, reviewed several years of tax returns from Ryan and other, according to the head of Romney's VP search process Beth Myers.
But Romney -- a former private equity executive with an estimated net worth of up to $250 million -- has refused to publicly release more than two years of tax returns.
It was unclear if Ryan's tax returns, which were stored in a safe in a locked room at Romney's campaign headquarters, will be released to the public.
Where ARE those TWO years of the Gander's "own tax returns" by the way?
Filed under -- "That'll be the day!" most likely.
Right along side the Goose's "several years of tax returns" -- never to be seen or discussed again, by the Corporate Media. Or the general public who must decide whether or not the plucky pair are trustworthy ...
Mitt Romney: "That'll be the day! -- Haah!"
"File them under 'Need to Know' -- I have it, you don't."